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Request for Summit with the Africans


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[b]Diplomatic Communique:[/b]

 

The British Foreign Ministry would like to discuss a MULTI-LAT with Africans in setting up trade stations and having open access to markets on the continent of Africa.  Ideally these trade stations would be located away from major cities and combine British personel as well as work visas for local residence in areas where a strong state presence is absent to come work and then return to their villages.  We would also like permission for these ports to be able to service British ships and warships.

 

Additionally we'd like to request private Bilats with Carthage, Novak, Alexandria and South Africa on deeper strategic cooperation.

 

[b]Signed:[/b]

 

Francis Urqhart, Prime Minister of Great Britain

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  • 2 weeks later...

Novak would respond to the message with a request for a meeting between Admiral Kochavi and Prime Minister Francis Urqhart.

 

The Prime Minister thanks the Admiral for his time.  An agenda would be set to get right to business.

 

"Admiral Kochavi thank you for your time and for meeting with us on such short notice, it is our hope that we can foster friendship between our two states and establish some fraternal bonds.  Let us first say it is Britain's hope that you have a speedy recovery from the unrest within your country and we unequivocally condemn terrorism."

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"We thank you for your kind words. As a potential neighbor on the Mediterranean, diplomacy such as this will hopefully prove fruitful to establishing an understanding of our positions and intentions in the Sea. What is Britains primary purpose for taking a position in Cyprus and maintaining the land as a part of the British state?"

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"The British have long had historic ties with Cyprus.  It also holds a central position within global affairs.  The British Government has noted that there are many nations who have extended themselves far beyond traditional borders.  We therefore have no problem with doing so as well.  Cyprus is an ideal area for that." 

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